William Shatner’s Captain James T. Kirk was full of sugar-honey-iced-tea when he said “Space, the final frontier.” Here on the Cinephile Hissy Fit podcast, sponsored and supported by the Ruminations Radio Network, horror is a splintering genre. It’s not Don Shanahan’s cup of tea, but it’s Will Johnson’s bathtub of delight. When those movies come around, Will will often go solo and that is the case this week for a rocking horror romp!
Horns up! It’s the 51st episode of Cinephile Hissy Fit and today is a weird one. Replacing Don Shanahan today is Art House Film Wire film critic, music enthusiast, and single cat dad (c’mon ladies) Jeff Mitchell who joins professor of metal Will Johnson to discuss the horror-rock comedy extravaganza that is Studio 666 (presented by the Foo Fighters). What exactly is going on with this movie? Is it KISS and the Phantom of the Park or this generation’s A Hard Day’s Night but with zombie raccoons? Find out as Jeff and Will dig deep into the film’s bizarre tonal shifts and go on endless tangents about concerts they went to. Enjoy the podcast, then check out Studio 666!
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